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English definition of “crimson”

crimson

adjective     /ˈkrɪm.zən/
having a dark, deep red colourLess common coloursCommon colours go/turn crimson If you go/turn crimson, your face becomes red because you are very embarrassed or angry: She went crimson with embarrassment.The skin, and skin colourExpressing and showing feelings
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